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Grand Lodge

I read the first 60 pages last night and I really like it.

Kudos for a well written scene,

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when the mother holds the Pathfinder's map for an emotional moment and throws it in the fire.
Very well done considering how melodramatic and clownish her emotions could have been written.
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Also, clever gimmick with

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the doll fetishes with no eyes.
Consider that stolen for many of my Homegames to come.

Silver Crusade

Nightglas is a very good book. I am abot half way through it and am very pleased with all aspects of the book. I like the detail in thehow the shadow callers learn their magic.

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